Acute Fish Oil And Soy Isoflavone Supplementation Increase Postprandial Serum (n-3) Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids And Isoflavones But Do Not Affect Triacylglycerols Or Biomarkers Of Oxidative Stress In Overweight And Obese Hypertriglyceridemic Men
|Trial Design||Double blind|
|Trial Length||24 hours|
|Number of Subjects||10|
|Age Range||45-64, 65+|
|Body Types||Obese, Overweight|
Consumption of fish oil at 1000mg (400mg EPA and 200mg DHA) with a 'Western breakfast' that was high in fat and fructose (2 sausage and egg McMuffins from McDonald's and a KoolAid drink that contained 0.75 g crystalline fructose/kg) failed to attenuate the increase in postprandial triglycerides and other biomarkers following a single dose.